It is often very quiet; it attaches itself to walls and ceilings, dropping down nimbly behind its prey before attacking.This creature has grayish-toned skin, with sunken and deformed areas of flesh on its face. It has a massive mouth with what seems to be a huge cleft in its upper lip, and tiny eyes sunken deep into its flesh. Similar to many bat species, its face overall appears to be "pinched," or tight. The upper torso is heavily defined with muscle, while its appendages remain very thin. Weeping Bats are massive creatures with their legs reaching an average man's shoulders. They attack with their three-clawed hands, with similar ones on their feet which they use to cling to rock. Some Weeping Bats have pinkish skin mottled with deep red vein-like patterns.Weeping Bats are fairly tough on the ground, but they're most effective when attacking from above. These creatures can cling to overhead surfaces, which allows them to move in and out of melee range very quickly. If a ceiling is low enough, a Weeping Bat can strike without touching the ground. If the ceiling is too high for a quick strike, the creature will attempt to pounce on you. When ranged attacks aren't an option, you must lure the creature to the ground before you can attack. Run around the area until the Weeping Bat drops down from the ceiling, then land some strikes before it has a chance to retreat. A well timed hit should interrupt most of this creature's melee attacks, but watch out for its powerful double fist attack. When a Weeping Bat raises both arms above its head, block the incoming strike, then resume attacking.